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Megillah Reading


 
You must check the box below to be allowed entrance to minyan:

I commit to actively ensure social distancing and safety measures as has been mandated by the shul. Masks (covering nose and mouth) must be worn at all times. Multi-ply masks (surgical, kn-95 or cloth) are preferred.

I commit to not attending in the event that I have been ill in the past 14 days, or am showing any symptoms of illness.

  • Cough - Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing  (not allergies or COPD)
  • Chills - Repeated shaking with chills  
  • Muscle pain  
  • Headache  
  • Sore throat  
  • Loss of taste or smell  
  • Diarrhea and fever
  • Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit  
  • or have had any known close contact with a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 or in contact with someone being tested for COVID -19 within 10 days from the last exposure, unless I have antibodies or have been vaccinated.

I understand that the issue of Safek Pikuach Nefesh still stands above all others, and if circumstances change the shul may change or cancel minyanim with little or no notice.

I commit that if I test positive or suspect that I have contracted COVID-19 I will immediately contact Rabbi Weinstock or Rabbi Frieberg

Please choose the services that you would like to attend.

Evening Readings

Family Pods (Outdoors)
A husband and wife or parent and child (of different genders) can reserve one pod in the tent for the evening Megillah reading (maximum of 2 people per pod).
If there is interest, Maariv will be offered after each of these two Megillah reading in the tent.
Men's Section Evening Megillah Readings

 
Women's Section Evening Megillah Readings
Morning Minyanim

Morning Minyan Men's Section
Morning Minyan Women's Section

Family Pods (Outdoors)
A husband and wife or parent and child (of different genders) can reserve one pod in the tent for the evening Megillah reading (maximum of 2 people per pod).

 

Sat, February 27 2021 15 Adar 5781